1930s Spanish-style with Art Deco flair asking $1.75M in View Park

By Pauline O’Connor

You’ll find this head-turner within the historic enclave of View Park. Built in 1930, the Spanish-style residence was originally a two-bedroom, two-bath measuring approximately 2,700 square feet; however, per its listing, the home has been reworked and expanded by its current owner and now contains four bedrooms and three baths within 3,551 square feet.

Among the home’s many appealing vintage features are hardwood floors with inlaid marquetry, stepped-tray ceilings, a magnesite staircase, intricate crown moldings, arched doorways, and built-in nooks and shelving.

Updates and additions were done in keeping with the period, incorporating Art Deco-style fixtures, plaster medallions and moldings, Catalina tiles, and arched cedar windows and doors.

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